Treasure Island

Jim Lord


Reborn


Fear no more put your trust in me
Lock your heart and hide the key
Let him relax and relate
As long as I am prepared to wait
As your laughing lips speak
The blend of white and red on your cheek
Let my whispering love obtain
A sweet reward for an enduring pain
Let your passionate desire fall prey
To my immortal fire which is astray
Believe me your move is not in vain
The sun sets, but rises again
Let us cherish our love within its light
Else we’ll remain in perpetual night
That is my genuine desire
The only thing I can aspire
The door of my love is unlock
Come in, no need to knock

Submitted: Wednesday, May 07, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, May 07, 2014
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